Smells like team spirit for Little Pea

26 October 2010 04:30
Javier Hernandez believes the team spirit at Manchester United has helped him begin to make an impact since his summer move to Old Trafford.[LNB] Hernandez hit both goals as United won 2-1 at Stoke in the Premier League on Sunday.[LNB]The Mexico international will look to continue his good form in the Carling Cup tonight when Wolves visit Old Trafford.[LNB]The 22-year-old will be bidding to keep United on course in their defence of the trophy and could be joined by Michael Owen who is poised to return following a groin injury.[LNB]"The most important thing is that there are no heroes - it's all about the effort of the team and my goals are down to my team-mates," said Hernandez.[LNB]"They have trust in me, and also the staff. It's an unbelievable opportunity for me to play with the biggest team in the world, Manchester United. I'm working hard because I want to stay here a long time and win lots of trophies."[LNB]He added: "I'm happy and I always say that the goals are all part of the team.[LNB]"It is a game about the team. We play with 11 and there are also seven waiting, it doesn't matter who scores."[LNB]Hernandez has already made a good impression on team-mate Gary Neville, who said: "He's [Hernandez] a good person. He works very hard, incredibly hard.[LNB]"He's got all the attributes. He'll score lots and lots of goals for Man United."

Source: Team_Talk